Life as a Commuter

By Chrisse Martha B. Gillesania | NEWS WRITER   Anyone who has been to Silliman would understand why the noontime rush is a bother. At the end of my 11:30 class, I would make it a point to avoid the Hibbard Ave. (the road between Katipunan Hall and SU Junior High School) due to the appalling [READ MORE]

When Worlds Apart

By Chunchunmaru and the Goat; Hervey Angelo F. Avenido | Cartoonist   Imagine living everyday life without the person you are attached to by your side, imagine seeing that very chair that you are used to sit on, empty, as you pass by the Hibbard benches. Imagine how it feels to sit on that [READ MORE]

Speak Up and Speak Out

by Nathan Angelo B. Cruz | NEWS WRITER   Feminism is making great strides nowadays, and I think it’s a very heartwarming development to witness. A key development that was all the talk late last year was the #MeToo movements. Soon more and more women, especially those who have been [READ MORE]

A Conversation with the Confused Mind

by Mhel Jane U. Catacutan | Business Manager   “It really feels good when you love what you’re doing,” I heard a girl say beside me one time. “Like this course really is my passion and I’m not thinking of going anywhere,” she added. I am currently a freshman in Accountancy. I [READ MORE]

Claiming the Filipino Action Movie Identity

by Junelie Anthony Velonta | News Writer   The Filipino action genre has no concrete identity. From the limitless barrage of explosive ordnance to the infinite number of bullet fodder dying endlessly, Filipino action movies have had nothing to offer but clones of the outdated “macho” [READ MORE]